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Opening Up: The Off-Campus Podcast

We teamed up with Middlebury's Engaged Listening Project for the first-ever Off-Campus Podcast. This week, Jeremey Navarro talks with Sarah King to discover how Vermont musicians are dealing with isolation during the Covid-19 pandemic. Check it out below on Spotify.

Now in Phase 2, students are permitted to go into the town of Middlebury.
Students flock to old haunts as Phase Two loosens restrictions
By Hattie LeFavour September 24, 2020
When Middlebury transitioned to Phase Two last week, students were released from campus quarantine and allowed to traverse Addison County — and traverse they did.
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Max Celander ‘21, right, breaks through a defensive line during a fall 2018 game against Bentley University.
No coaches, no contact, no competition: Club teams play on
By Nick Nonnenmacher September 24, 2020
Without coaches, contact or competition, athletes on club sports teams get creative in finding ways to practice.
Gianna Palli (number 11) drives the ball down the court against Cabrini on November 30, 2019.
Siefer’s Scoop Episode #3: Gianna Palli ’23.5, Women’s Basketball
By Blaise Siefer September 24, 2020
In this episode of Siefer's Scoop, women's basketball's Gianna Palli '23.5 talks about the effect of the pandemic on the team's season, her injury after just six games and how it impacted her decision to take a gap semester.
Our world just got bigger; so did our responsibilities
Our world just got bigger; so did our responsibilities
By Editorial Board September 24, 2020
the tension inherent in these unparalleled circumstances requires students to be more conscientious, intentional and gracious than ever. 
Can we please stop talking about our quarantine weight?
Can we please stop talking about our quarantine weight?
By SOPHIE CLARK September 24, 2020
And yet, we spend a lifetime being our own judges and executioners. It’s exhausting. 
Sit down, shut up and be a man
Sit down, shut up and be a man
By Maria Kaouris • September 24, 2020
Cops don’t belong on Middlebury’s campus
Cops don’t belong on Middlebury’s campus
By Middlebury Cops Off Campus  • September 24, 2020
The college choir from last May. COURTESY PHOTO
Please don’t stop the music: Singing groups play the semester by ear
By Olivia Mueller September 24, 2020
With sufficient precautions, the college’s choir and a cappella groups are determined to find a way to continue the experience of ensemble singing.
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Direct Your Attention: Casey Neistat’s Reinvention
By Owen Mason-Hill September 24, 2020
Before a week ago, Casey Neistat had uploaded 11 videos in the past eight months. In the last 10 days, he has uploaded 10 times.
A case for Evelyn Waugh: Humanity and absurdity
A case for Evelyn Waugh: Humanity and absurdity
By John Vaaler September 24, 2020
“The correct procedure [when assigned a story], is to jump to your feet, seize your hat and umbrella and dart out of the office with every appearance of haste to the nearest cinema." 
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